Miami-Dade County Teen Court was developed an alternative to the juvenile justice system. First-time juvenile misdemeanor offenders who have admitted guilt to a charge undergo a sentencing hearing conducted by youth volunteers serving as attorneys, bailiffs, clerks and jurors, as well as a practicing judge or attorney who volunteer their time to preside over the proceedings.
Miami-Dade County Teen Court was developed an alternative to the juvenile justice system. First-time juvenile misdemeanor offenders who have admitted guilt to a charge undergo a sentencing hearing conducted by youth volunteers serving as attorneys, bailiffs, clerks and jurors, as well as a practicing judge or attorney who volunteer their time to preside over the proceedings. MARICE COHN BAND MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami-Dade County Teen Court was developed an alternative to the juvenile justice system. First-time juvenile misdemeanor offenders who have admitted guilt to a charge undergo a sentencing hearing conducted by youth volunteers serving as attorneys, bailiffs, clerks and jurors, as well as a practicing judge or attorney who volunteer their time to preside over the proceedings. MARICE COHN BAND MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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